The public has a right to art: the joy and rebellion of Keith Haring
August 20, 2019 3:07 PM Subscribe
The public is being ignored by most contemporary artists. Art is for everybody. Keith Haring did much more than provide cute cartoons. He was publicly minded. His art faced outwards. He wanted to inform, to start a conversation, to question authority and convention, to represent the oppressed.
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